.NET by Patrik

.NET Class Library

.NET APIs include classes, interfaces, delegates, and value types that expedite and optimize the development process and provide access to system functionality.

.NET types use a dot syntax naming scheme that connotes a hierarchy. This technique groups related types into namespaces, which can be searched and referenced more easily. The first part of the full name—up to the rightmost dot—is the namespace name.

The System namespace is the root namespace for fundamental types in .NET. This namespace includes classes representing the base data types used by all applications.

.NET includes a set of data structures that are the workhorses of many .NET apps. These are mostly collections, but also include other types.

.NET includes a set of utility APIs that provide functionality for many important tasks.

There are many app models that can be used with .NET.

Further reading at .NET class library overview - .NET | Microsoft Learn.


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